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Givenchy Capsule Collection: Teaser by Matthew M. Williams

As a preview of the Spring/Summer 2021 ready-to-wear collection, Givenchy‘s new creative director Matthew M. Williams launches his first collection for the House with this capsule collection named “Teaser“. It includes playful, slightly subversive, and effortlessly elegant looks for both women and men with the designer’s trademark metal chains and the iconic horned caps.

From outerwear with voluminous urban-style windbreakers to iconic new bag designs, slim and relaxed pants with new textures and finishes, square shirts, and footwear, this Teaser capsule gives us a taste of what the full collection will be and the iconic pieces the new creative director of the House is capable of designing.

Givenchy Capsule Collection: Teaser by Matthew M. Williams

The capsule collection will be exclusively available online for a limited time only, previewed exclusively in seven Givenchy boutiques in Europe, Asia, and the United States, as well as on in selected countries from 1 to 22 December 2020. The first official Matthew M. Williams collection for the Spring/Summer 2021 season will be available in Givenchy boutiques worldwide from February 26, 2021.

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